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19
Jun

Top Denver Summer Networking Events

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Even though summer is a time to travel and get away from work, it still provides an excellent opportunity to network. People tend to be in a better mood during the summer and are more likely to attend social activities. The warmer summer months are ideal setting for activities. People are more casual and are […]

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22
May

Uniting Top Talent with Career Opportunities Through Co-Working Spaces

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Recently Adriana Lopez wrote for Forbes an insightful article on co-working spaces as 21st century work enclaves. Co-working spaces have emerged from a trendy startup hotspot to an established dominant force for young professionals eager to build community and a network during a slow-to-steady economic recovery. According to the article, because of emerging co-working spaces, […]

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06
May

10 Tips for the Nomad Freelancer. How to Make a Living without a Job.

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Freelancing is a lifestyle. It’s about waking up in the morning and being motivated to make your own way.  It is about having inspiration to do a client’s project at 1 am in the morning and getting it done.  Freelancing is hard work and to stay motivated you need to love what you do so […]

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11
Jan

Silver Linings Playbook: Neurotic love in dancing (and football)

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Anyone who has experienced neurotic love in dancing uncertain relationships will instantly relate with David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook. Combine Robert De Niro’s obsession with the Eagles (one of my favorite football teams besides the winning Broncos) with Bradley Cooper’s fascination with being ’positive’ to get his ex back; bring Jennifer Lawrence to the […]

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19
Dec

12 signs 2012 is the beginning of the world

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Photograph by Alex Cherney, TWAN, National Geographic   1. Some of the most beautiful things come in twos and dozens. Photograph by Markus Pfaff    2. A new local economy with global compassion is emerging. Photography by Greg Roden and Stett Holbrook.  ”WISH charter school students and community association president Erika Higgins Ross get busy in the […]

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05
Dec

Top design trends and best user interface tricks of 2013: 10 UI/UX design application elements to keep your eyes on…

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1.  Give a good first impression with large, simple logins using sign up through social media. Your mom always told you to make sure your front door looks presentable.  The same is true with design.  Make sure that your front door with the login and sign up is well designed and easy to understand.  I […]

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01
Nov

Allen Stone in Boulder

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    I decided to dedicate my Halloween not to the typical young adult shenanigans, but to, in the middle of a harrowing week of work, seek some food for the soul.  The moment I finished polishing the last plate at work, I bounded on my bike and coasted through the Boulder streets swarming with […]

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21
Oct

Lessons from Shakespeare

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I recently returned from England where I stayed with my aunt and three cousins in Southam. I was exceptionally lucky because all of them live so close to Stratford-Upon-Avon. Naturally, we had to go see “A Comedy of Errors” which was currently playing at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Directed by Amir Nizar Zuabi, it was […]

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27
Aug

USA Pro Challenge Finish Fest

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The USA Pro Challenge Finish Festival held today, Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, at the Civic Center Park in downtown Denver was a great event for the entire family. Watching the racers ride down 17th Street with spectators lined along the sidewalks. There was a still quiet in the air down 16th Street due to the […]

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01
Aug

Top Phone Apps for Creative Professionals

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by Carmen Verdum 1. Instagram- You can capture images and add cool filters too photos. 2. Flipboard- Puts together all of your social networks, making it easy to switch from Facebook, Instagram, Pintrest, Twitter and more! 3. Etsy- An online commerce website, where people can display and sell their creative hand-made products. With the app […]

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